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No boot when powered on it can not boot, not even the initial POST screen menu, also tried swapping ram and processor, help pls.

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Hello,

Try pulling the CMOS battery out of its seat for about 5 min. Also, set the board jumpers pin to reset while the battery is out. Push the power on button, some model will power on into the BIOS setup. Here, set the system to default settings. Once done, power off the pc, reseat the battery and the jumper switch to normal. Power on your system.

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